Yambaru Roadside Station, Pineapple Hill, Aha
It is the 10th "Michi no Eki," or roadside station in Okinawa Prefecture, and the second in Kunigami Village, following "Yui Yui Kunigami".
Our concept of this "Michi no Eki" is the "Michi" station. In Japanese, "Michi" is for road, "Mi" is for fruit, seeing, and future and "Chi" is for land and knowledge. So, "Michi no Eki" is a place where you can experience the nature, food, and culture of the Yambaru area, which has been registered as a World Natural Heritage site. The facility includes a "cafe and sales area" where local products such as pineapples are used, an "observation building" where visitors can observe the unique flora and fauna of Yambaru, a "co-working space" supporting local stays such as training and vacations, and a "Yambaru Hill Swing" on the rooftop where visitors can soak in the original landscape of Okinawa while feeling the breeze.
1089-7 Aha, Kunigami-son, Kunigami-gun, Okinawa 905-1504, Japan